Selective invoice financing

Quick facts

Selective invoice finance allows you to finance specific invoices (or customers). This can be useful if you take large orders from one customer but your other invoices are smaller or irregular. By using selective invoice finance you can get advances for your large invoices, leaving the smaller ones unaffected. There are two main types of selective invoice finance: selective invoice discounting and spot factoring.

If you’re a small business with seasonal fluctuations in cash flow, a factoring facility, which is usually whole turnover (i.e. you have to factor your entire sales ledger), might not be the most cost-efficient way for you to raise working capital. You might instead look at selective invoice finance – where you can choose to finance specific invoices. There are two main types of selective invoice finance: spot factoring and selective invoice discounting.

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